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BS EN 14894:2021 LPG equipment and accessories. Cylinder and drum marking

BS EN 14894:2021

LPG equipment and accessories. Cylinder and drum marking

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Standard number:BS EN 14894:2021
Pages:18
Released:2022-01-31
ISBN:978 0 539 06648 7
Status:Standard
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BS EN 14894:2021


This standard BS EN 14894:2021 LPG equipment and accessories. Cylinder and drum marking is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 23.020.35 Gas cylinders
This document specifies stamp marking requirements for transportable refillable LPG cylinders and metallic drums including: - Steel LPG cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 1442, EN 14140, EN 12807 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognized by the Competent Authority. - LPG metallic drums designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 14893 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognized by the Competent Authority. - Welded aluminium LPG cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 13110 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognized by the Competent Authority. - LPG composite cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 14427 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognized by the Competent Authority. NOTE 1 All these types of receptacles are referred to throughout this document as “cylinders”. This document does not specify any requirements for product, hazard or safety-phrase labelling of packaging which can be required to meet ADR or other legislative requirements. NOTE 2 The marking of cylinders is regulated by RID/ADR which take precedence over any clause in this document. The European Directive on Transportable Pressure Equipment 2010/35/EU [8] includes additional marking requirements (π-marking). For countries that are not members of the European Union, the π marking is replaced by their relevant conformity mark.